Walking on different surfaces such as sand, grass, and pavement
Techniques for dogs to walk on different surfaces without discomfort or injury.
Water that has been heated to a comfortable temperature for a dog to drink or bathe in.
The ability of a dog product to be cleaned without damage or loss of quality.
Materials that can be washed without being damaged.
The ease with which a dog can access water for drinking or other activities.
Activities that involve water, such as swimming or playing in a sprinkler, that a dog may participate in.
Water bowl placement
The location where a water bowl is positioned for a dog to access.
Water bowl size and shape
The physical dimensions and form of a container used to hold water for a dog to drink from.
Water depth and temperature
Factors to consider when exposing dogs to water, such as depth and temperature.
Activities that dogs can enjoy in water.
Potential dangers in bodies of water that can harm dogs.
Water play activities
Games and exercises that involve a dog playing in or around water.
Activities that involve a dog playing in or around water.
Resistant to water damage or penetration.
Treatment or materials used to make dog gear or equipment resistant to water damage.
Toys that can be used in water without being damaged.
Water quality standards for pets
Guidelines for ensuring that water sources for dogs are safe and free from contaminants.
Water rescue techniques
Techniques used by dogs to rescue people from water.
Water rescue training
Training for dogs to rescue people from water.
Able to resist damage from water.
Products that are designed to resist water damage.
Materials that are resistant to water damage or penetration.
Precautions and strategies for keeping dogs safe around bodies of water.
Water temperature considerations
Factors to consider when exposing dogs to water, such as temperature and duration.
A form of rehabilitation or exercise that takes place in a pool or other body of water.
Water therapy sessions
Rehabilitation or exercise sessions that take place in a pool or other body of water.
Toys designed for dogs to play with in water.
Water treadmill workouts
Exercise routines that involve a dog walking or running on an underwater treadmill.
Wear and tear
The damage that occurs to a dog toy or product over time due to regular use.
Precautions and strategies for keeping dogs safe and comfortable in extreme weather conditions.
The amount of mass an object has, in this case, the weight of a dog.
The maximum weight a dog can safely carry or lift.
The process of maintaining a healthy weight in dogs through diet and exercise.
Weight management programs
Plans and strategies for maintaining a healthy weight in dogs.
Well-being of dogs
The physical, mental, and emotional health of a dog.
Practices and products that promote overall health and well-being in dogs.
Wet food only
A diet consisting solely of wet or canned dog food.
Mobility aids for dogs with mobility impairments or disabilities.
Specific sounds used to communicate commands or signals to a dog.
A communication tool used to signal commands or recall a dog.
White cane techniques
Techniques used by visually impaired individuals to navigate their surroundings using a cane.
White noise machines for dogs
Devices that emit calming sounds to help dogs relax and sleep.
Technology that allows for remote monitoring of a dog’s activity and health through a smartphone app.
Strategies for safely navigating encounters with wild animals while walking or hiking with a dog.
Decorative outdoor hanging ornaments that produce soothing sounds when the wind blows.
Balance training tools used to improve a dog’s core strength and stability.
Wound care and bandaging techniques
Methods for cleaning and dressing injuries to promote healing and prevent infection.